All three star products have evolved into complete skincare lines.
Clinique Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector is a gem among whitening products. For the first time, I could see actual results as my face brightens up after a couple of days. I use this product as a serum, after I apply toner. A whole family of Even Better products has extended this skincare line into make up. It ranges from lotion, cream, hand cream to foundation and concealer. If you’d like to use serum during the day, apply tons of sunscreen or use in conjunction with Even Better Skin Tone Correcting Moisturizer SPF 20 ($44.50). Which of the Even Better family would I choose if I could only purchase one? Definitely the Dark Spot Corrector. Besides, I would only use brightening products at night.
Let’s face it, the Japanese know how to make great skincare products. What’s not to love about Shiseido? Shiseido’s White Lucent line is another success that targets uneven skin tone. It offers a friendly option when compared to other premium brightening brands. You can choose among an extensive range of skincare products from the White Lucent line. Shiseido is well-known for its whitening lines. The Japanese company conducts lots of research on this area since many Asians prefer keeping a lighter skin tone. You might also like to know, Shiseido’s whitening products are priced lower in North America. They also make an incredible sunscreen line called Anessa that’s only available in Asia. It is so effective that I did not get any suntan after a vacation in Hawaii one summer.
I used to love SKII masks but couldn’t afford the steep price tag. I was thrilled to find SKII Cellumination Mask-in-lotion last December because it nearly replicated the same consistency and result as the masks. I believe this product is fairly new since I purchased it from Asia six months ago. I have to admit that I was a bit shocked after calculating the result for this category, since SKII Cellumination is relatively new. This is a great product and I currently use it as a toner.